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As long as we forget his time in Cleveland.
And yet the coach is known as arrogant/less than personable and has been criticized by some former players.
Quote from: olafberserker on August 01, 2007, 04:09:09 PMAnd yet the coach is known as arrogant/less than personable and has been criticized by some former players.Which is acceptable if you win.
I don't think any coach in the "modern era" or before, is better than Bill Walsh. He changed the game on both sides of the ball.As far as leaders go, Bill Belichek deserves high consideration as being a great one, but him being the best "coach" of all time is laughable.See Lombardi, Landry, Noll, Stram, Walsh, Shula, Gibbs, Parcells(who groomed Belichek), Vermiel, Dungy, Cowher, and even Holmgren.Before you say Belichek, remember his team has been built around a great QB. All coaches, even bad ones, will look great with that QB. See Charley Wiess.P.S. Not saying Charley Wiess is a bad coach, but did anyone know his name before Tom Brady put him on the map?